Originally Presented: June 13, 2019 by Mark Belshe, P.E., Executive Director, Rubber Pavements Association, and Dr. Frank Farshidi, Division Manager of Pavement Maintenance, San Jose DOT
Asphalt rubber differs from other recycled tire rubber-modified asphalts by using coarse pieces of recycled tire rubber at higher contents (by weight) to create a rut-resistant yet flexible asphalt binder. It is commonly used in conjunction with a gap-graded aggregate structure to produce a fatigue-resistant layer that can help reduce needed pavement structural thickness.
This product is non-refundable. It will be downloadable to your computer immediately after you place the order and submit payment.